Adobe flash player not working chrome

June 13, 2017

Adobe Flash Player is freeware software used to execute audio, video, web-based application and production of animations. Flash player allows the user to view Flash content by using a web browser. Adobe Flash player is created by Adobe platform and supported on Mac, OS and Linux and Microsoft Windows. Flash player is commonly used for graphical user interface and streaming audio and video. Adobe flash player is compatible with Android devices and iPhones, iPads.

If the adobe flash player is not working in chrome even though you have installed the updated version then you need to enable your plug-in for the execution because it may be one of the reason. So you need to go through the below-mentioned steps or you may call adobe flash player toll free number for support.

Steps to solve Adobe Flash Player not working on chrome

Turn on Adobe Flash Player:

Firstly open Chrome on your computer and then click on the “more settings” at the top right. Now click on the “Show advanced settings” and then click on “content settings” under the privacy section. Now select "Ask first before allowing sites to run Flash” and then click “Done” at the bottom of the page. If you don't see the prompt when you visit a web page then click on the “Lock”, “Info” icon. Now select “Always allow on this site” and reload the web page.

Update Adobe Flash Player:

Open the Chrome on your computer and type “chrome:// components” in the address bar then press enter key. Now click on “Check for update” under the flash player then go back to the page with the flash content. If it does not load automatically then press f5 to refresh your page.

Make sure you are using the updated version of Chrome:

In the chrome window click “More” at the top then click “Update Google Chrome” and click “Relaunch”.

Install Flash Player from Adobe's website:

Go to the Adobe website to download the updated version of Chrome and then follow the steps to install the Adobe Flash player.

If you still facing the problem after following the above-mentioned steps then the cause of this is out- date- driver. You need to ensure that you have installed the latest graphic card drivers. The problem also arises due to the insufficient content, in this case, you need to re-install Adobe again.You may also contact our support team by dialing adobe flash player helpline number for proper assistance. You can call on this number anytime throughout the year for the help to get a solution of your problem.


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